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... and parts to complement as well as motorcycles and bicycles. Quite an interesting place and a good time with two excellent people.
We continued east on the 13 and after crossing the Manitoba border, on the 2. We called it quits for the day after a couple rainstorms in a town called Souris. This area has had some bad winds with many trees down and some sunflower crop ...
Yesterday I spent a great day at Grand Beach. It was cloudy and cool in the morning, but cleared and warmed up as the day went on and I was able to get in some quality beach time; sitting in the shade, and reading a book. A day like that every once in a while is a great break. The experience at Grand Beach was a lesson learned in "dry camping" in more of a rustic environment. I had an electrical hook up but no water or sewer. I ...
... DNA converging and holding close for a moment, before swirling off into the worlds to follow. From Indian Head we all motored fast to Brandon. The day was a wear, drive-wise, and I think we all wanted to just be stationary and gather our thoughts. I have nothing against the Alberta-Saskatchewan-Manitoba prairie landscape but it does get a little tedious to drive through. Especially in the rain with two ...
... the trip of a lifetime. Something that I probably will never be able to take the time out to do again. However, I hope I never lose the passion to travel. Seeing a little bit of the world just makes me that much more determined to see the rest of the world. I'd be lying if I said that my next trip wasn't already in my thoughts. Trying to fit travel into my life now will be more difficult, but I hope to never put adventures on the back burner. No matter what. One evening ...
... hubs of this town, so my would-be snooze was a no-go, and I went ahead and headed for the border.
NEXUS is so frickin' awesome - it expedites air and road border crossings, and also serves as a qualifier for TSA Pre when flying domestically. It only took me about 45 seconds and 6 questions to cross the border into Canada...the usual 3 questions about where I'm from, where I'm going, and for ...